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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1949)
IN THE SHADOW of Big Ben, Sue Howell, iSWtf imuu ui ootton
from Bakersfield, Calif., has some of the sights of London pointed
out to her by a “bobby” after her arrival in England. Miss Howell,
is touring England as a goodwill and fashion ambassador of the
American cotton industry'. She will go to France for a short visit
before returning to the United States for the cotton carnival a Mem
phis in May. (AP Wire Photo)
Mayor Lee Talk
Tickets for the annual junior
senior girls’ breakfast sponsored
by the YWCA will go on sale to
day at the Co-op. Tickets are 95
cents and will be sold until next
The breakfast will be held in
the Vets’ Memorial building
downtown on Sunday, April 10,
at 9:30 a.m.
Mayor Dorothy McCullough
Lee<of Portland will be the main
speaker. Joan O’Neill Foulon is
chairman of the breakfast.
Westminster house will have
its weekly potluck dinner Thurs
day evening at 6 p.m. Mr. Harry
Burks, college secretary of the
American Friends Service com
mittee will talk with students
who are interested in summer
projects in Europe and the Unit
Admission to the dinner is
either food or 40 cents. Everyone
is invited to attend.
“Money or your life!” used to be
the demand, in the simple old days
before they learned to ask innocent
victims for both.
To Add Facilities
Radio facilities in the extension
building will be transferred to
the journalism school when the
radio department moves into its
new studios in Villard hall, ac
cording to Dean Clifford F. Wei
Journalism laboratories for
copyediting, newsroom policies,
reporting and radio news writing
will be held in the new space.
Laboratories have been held in
temporary quarters for the last
The move is planned for some
time this term, possibly April,
Band to Play
Sixty members of the Univer
sity of Oregon concert band will
give two performances in Port
land today in connection with the
Northwest Music Educators con
Under the direction of John H.
Stehn, associate professor of mu
sic, the group will present an
hour concert in the Lincoln high
school auditorium this afternoon
Portland’s civic auditorium
will be the scene of the second
concert, presented as a portion
of a joint meeting of the North
west Music Educators and the
Oregon Education association.
The evening program will begin
at 8 p.m.
Approximately 2000 music in
structors and students from five
northwestern States are expected
to attend the Portland conference.
The University band recently
returned from a spring vacation
tour of eastern Oregon cities and
There will be a meeting of
AWS luncheon entertainment
committee at the Alpha Gam
house at 4 Thursday. Contact
Jeannine Macaulay 5988 if there
are any questions.
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Dr. L. S. Cressman, head of
the anthropology department,
will attend the fourth annual na
tional conference on higher edu
cation at Chicago, April 4.-7, it
was announced yesterday.
All branches of higher educa
tion will participate in the con
ference, which serves as an an
nual planning session for consid
ering trends and problems of
American universities and col
leges. Problems pertaining to
students, curriculum, and in
struction, faculty, and organiza
tion, administration and control
will be emphasized in the discus
Dr. Cressman will go to Cleve
land following the conference to
examine exhibitions, methods of
preparation of exhibits, and the
educational program at the
Cleveland health museum.
Evangelist To Speak
At Baptist Church
Rev. Fred Brown, nationally
known southern evangelist, will
speak tonight and on following
evenings through April 10 at 7
p.m. in the First Baptist church,
Broadway and High streets.
Soprano solos will be presented
during the evening meetings by
Rev. Brown’s wife, who holds a
master’s degree in music. Mrs.
Brown was recently chosen in a
state-wide elimination contest to
sing the lead in the University of
Tennessee’s presentation of “The
Student World Federalist
meeting at 7:30 tonight upstairs
at the Side. There will be an or
ganizational meeting and an elec
tion of new officers. All members
are asked to attend.
Mass will be said daily for
Catholic students each morning
this week at Gerlinger annex at
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